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Wendigo Tales Infiltrates DriveThru Fiction

Wendigo Tales on DriveThru FictionThe full line of Wendigo Tales is now available from DriveThru Fiction as well as our own Pinnacle web store! Now you can get your e-hands on our fiction series in more places than ever. Got an existing account at DriveThru Fiction where you try to consolidate your PDF purchases? Go right ahead. Did somebody give you a much-appreciated Pinnacle Web Store Gift Certificate for your birthday? We’ve still got you covered.

Either way you go, you can still get both full seasons of Wendigo Tales—Season One’s Weird Wars line-up or Season Two’s dive into the world of Necessary Evil. Both outlets carry the multi-format files you’ve come to love, with pdf, epub, and mobi (for Kindle) files included.

What are you waiting for? Get reading today!

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A New Look at Old Favorites

Savage Worlds: Coming AttractionsWe’ve not forgotten all the fan favorites that got us to where we are today! There’s something coming for everyone, whether you’re hoping for an expansion of your favorite line, a return to an action-horror classic, or just more-more-more adventures!

Rippers is on track for an updated return to the Savage Worlds line-up. You’ve asked for it for years, we’re working on it, and it’s coming. And we’ve got a big surprise for you when it does! We aren’t quite ready to reveal it just yet, but we think you’ll be very happy with the news!

Necessary Evil II: Breakout traps you in the ruins of New York City. This new Plot Point Campaign for Necessary Evil has your street-level villains in a walled-off Big Apple with the other survivors looking for a way out. Can you forge alliances, fight the terrors in there with you, and find a way out? You might not like the one you find…

Weird War One takes you to the War to End War. The small conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia engulfed nearly every country in bloody battle, stirring the dark things that thrive on bloodshed and chaos. Uncover and confront the mysteries of a strange and horrific World War I.

Savage Worlds of Horror brings you fifteen tales of terror and suspense in three books, written by the best and brightest in the gaming industry. Each of these one-shot adventures is ready to drop into your horror campaign or provide an evening or two of nightmares for your best friends, with styles from Tales from the Crypt® to the Lovecraft mythos to Stephen King’s more contemporary horrorverse.

Watch here for more information as we have it, and check the Pinnacle preview flyer for more details.

Weird War II Reinforcements—Hail the Italians!

Italian Forces for Weird War IIWhether you’re putting down your cappuccino to join the fight, holding the hills of Rome against the invading Allies, or trying to force your way into Naples because, well, you’re the invading Allies, we’ve got you covered with the men, machines, and munitions of the Italian Forces for Weird War II.

Italian Forces joins the other Freebies for Weird War II—just check the drop-down boxes at the right of the page for other free support materials.

Don’t forget, these and many other Weird War II materials may be designed for a horrific take on a historic setting, but they’ll take care of any non-fantastical World War II needs you may have, too!

Wunderwaffe—New from Wendigo Tales!

Wunderwaffe from Wendigo Tales on the Pinnacle Web StoreEvery man dreams of flying and of being a hero. Oberleutnant Karl Schmidt dreams larger—of being the best pilot in the entire Luftwaffe.

What would such a driven man do for a shot at the Third Reich’s new superweapon, the ME-262? What of the strange amulet he wears on each flight…and the bizarre being some say flies beside him?

Wunderwaffe is the second Wendigo Tales contribution written by Timothy Brian Brown (yes, the Tim Brown of Dark Sun and Dragon Kings fame) and is set in the world of Weird Wars. It joins Los!TeufelshundeHellfighterNo Man’s LandWith Utmost DispatchWithout Fear, and Texter in our new (and still growing) line of e-fiction, Wendigo Tales.

Los!—New from Wendigo Tales!

Los! from Wendigo TalesThe life of a German submariner is unpleasant enough—the cramped quarters, enemy ships, and constant, crushing threat of the ocean herself—but the men of U-Boat 532 have a new and mysterious torpedo aboard, as well as a secretive staff of SS officers who watch over it. What is this new weapon? Why do sounds come from within it? Will it be the doom of the Allies…or the doom of the crew?

Los! is written by Timothy Brian Brown (yes, the Tim Brown of Dark Sun and Dragon Kings fame) and is set in the world of Weird Wars. It joins TeufelshundeHellfighterNo Man’s LandWith Utmost DispatchWithout Fear, and Texter in our new (and expanding!) line of e-fiction, Wendigo Tales.

Weird Wars: Rome Now Available for All!

Weird Wars Rome on the Pinnacle Web StoreRejoice at the good news! Even better than bread and circuses, we’ve got the Weird Wars: Rome core book for everyone! Get the Weird Wars: Rome PDF right now, preorder Weird Wars: Rome in softback or limited edition hardback, or get the Weird Wars: Rome Print-PDF Bundle in softback or limited edition hardback (with immediate access to the PDF plus a preorder of the print version, all at a discount).

Stride forth with the legions of Rome to the corners of the world—the Celtic wilds, the forests of Germania, the deserts of Aegyptus—and into a history few will ever know. Witness a history of the dark things that rise as blood and war mingle with shadows and fear.

Fight the darkness in a war that spans centuries. Fight the darkness to your last breath—and beyond! Fight the darkness for Rome!

Teufelshunde—New from Wendigo Tales

Teufelshunde from Wendigo TalesHerbert Lansing is a coward, forced to fight in a land far from home in a war he barely understands. In the darkest corners of Belleau Woods, he finds something that might make his chest heavy with valorous medals…at the cost of the soul beneath.

Teufelshunde (by long-term Pinnacle contributor and author John R. Hopler) is set in the world of Weird Wars and joins HellfighterNo Man’s Land, With Utmost Dispatch, Without Fear, and Texter in our new line of e-fiction, Wendigo Tales.

Hellfighter—New in Wendigo Tales!

Hellfighter e-Fiction in the Pinnacle Web StoreThe 369th Infantry Regiment is home to World War One’s African-American “Harlem Hellfighters.” Sergeant Buck Henry’s men said they’d follow him to Hell and back. Somewhere along the French front, they just might get the chance to prove it.

Hellfighter (by Ed Wetterman of 12 to Midnight fame) is set in the world of Weird Wars and joins No Man’s LandWith Utmost DispatchWithout Fear, and Texter in our new line of e-fiction, Wendigo Tales.

No Man’s Land—New in Wendigo Tales

No Man's LandConrad Von Helmand has been stationed in an idyllic village far from the front lines. This exercise of his aunt’s political clout comes at a very small price—that he find proof of the fairies rumored to be in the area before she dies. But not all prices are so small when a man peers beyond the mortal veil.

No Man’s Land (by the accomplished Kevin Andrew Murphy) is set in the world of Weird Wars and joins With Utmost Dispatch, Without Fear, and Texter in our new line of e-fiction, Wendigo Tales.

Weird Wars: Rome Rises with a New Kickstarter!

Weird Wars Rome Kickstarter ProjectThe Legions of of Rome reached from the center of civilization to conquer the corners of the world and found shadows hiding even darker places—and things—that defied recording. As both empires and shadows spread, so, too, do the things in them.

Join the Weird Wars: Rome Kickstarter and join the very Legions of Rome. Discover the terrible secrets left out of the history books. Explore—and save!—the ancient world!

Just as Weird Wars: Rome distills the essence of an empire-spanning, multi-generational campaign, the Kickstarter is designed to be easily accessible. Stretch goal rewards will be automatically added to your other rewards, pledge levels are straightforward with no complicated add-ons to track, and we’re not going to bombard you with updates. Building an empire might be complicated, but we don’t think backing the Weird Wars: Rome Kickstarter should have to be.